Neuqua and Pi Cup are this weekend!
April 24, 2019 by Charlie Eisenhood in Rankings with 0 comments
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Welcome to the fifth edition of the 2019 High School Power Rankings! The rankings can be permanently found on our Youth Rankings page.
With the Neuqua Knockout and Paideia Cup coming up this weekend and the start of High School State Championships right around the corner, we’re expecting some major rankings shakeups in the next few weeks. But for now, things remain mostly calm.
The rankings will eventually be used to determine invitations to the 2019 High School National Invite; currently, we plan to use the rankings published the week of May 6th as the final rankings before final bids are sent out (many bids have been and will be sent out on a rolling basis).
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Without further ado, here are the Top 25 teams in the Boys’ and Girls’ High School Divisions!
High School Girls Division Power Rankings:
|Dropped from rankings: West Windsor North (NJ) (22), Green Canyon (UT) (23), West Windsor South (NJ) (24)|
|2||Lone Peak (UT)||-||2|
|3||Holy Family Catholic (OH)||-||3|
|5||Chapel Hill (NC)||-||5|
|6||High Country Homeschoolers (NC)||+1||7|
|9||Four Rivers (MA)||-||9|
|11||Edina High School (MN)||-||11|
|12||Newton North (MA)||+1||13|
|13||Seattle Academy of Arts & Sciences (WA)||-|
|17||Nathan Hale (WA)||+1||18|
|19||Mount Notre Dame (OH)||-||19|
|20||Watchung Hills (NJ)||-||20|
|23||Lower Merion (PA)||-2||21|
|24||HB Woodlawn (VA)||+1||25|
|25||Madison West (WI)||-|
- League play in Washington state drives most of the changes this week as Roosevelt continues to sit atop the Seattle and National scene.
- Amherst topped Four Rivers 10-8 in league play to jump ahead to #7.
- Madison West, the top team in Wisconsin, cracks into the top 25 for the first time this season.
High School Boys Division Power Rankings:
|Dropped from rankings: Madison West (WI) (25)|
|2||Lone Peak (UT)||-||2|
|4||Carolina Friends (NC)||-||4|
|9||Nathan Hale (WA)||-||9|
|11||Edina High School (MN)||-1||10|
|12||Chapel Hill (NC)||-1||11|
|13||Berkeley High Coup (CA)||-||13|
|15||Seattle Waldorf (WA)||+1||16|
|17||Neuqua Valley (IL)||+2||19|
|18||South Eugene (OR)||-|
|19||Lexington Homeschoolers (KY)||+1||20|
|20||Holy Family Catholic (OH)||+1||21|
- South Eugene showed out at the Lone Peak Invite, losing only to the host team (twice) but putting up a good game both times. The Oregon team has been a historically strong program and they look like they’re gearing up for another big year.
- Pennsbury has been absolutely dominant this spring (11-0 so far) and just crushed Westfield 13-6. How will they stack up at Paideia Cup?